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1 wo Kisses
By DONALD CHAMBERLIN During the stay of the Anu'rlcan troops la Cnha when the throwing off if Spanish rulo win being brought about Captflln Edward Mansfield of tho sJtilt was sent out, supported by a reconnoltorlng party, to sweep around Santiago for Information. Coining lo a hacienda, the captain, leaving his men at the gateway, rode up to the house. Ho was admitted by a negro woman, who announced that there was no one at homo except Senorlta Sierra, the daughter of tho owner. Whereupon Mnnsllcld asked If ho might have a few minutes' conversation with the young lady. The senorlla was of a different type from tho usual Spanish girl, who Is small of stature and delicately made. She was rather above the middle height for a woman and of dignified demeanor. Having entered the room where the captain was waiting for her, she stood without speaking till ho should make known his desires. What Mansfield had called at the house for was Information. He asked If the family sided with Spain or Cuba and learned 'that their hearts were with Cuba. Hut as to Information, the young lady had none lo give. Never theless the visitor kept her talking, lie was a male flirt and had made many a conquest. Daring was a meth od ho often employed with women, and he resolved upon this course In the present case. After engaging the seno rlla In conversation for some time, dur ing which he showed admiration for her, ho rose to tako his leave. He of fered his hand, and when she gave him hers ho drew her toward him, and before she could draw back he had kissed her on the cheek. That he had mado a mistake was In stantly apparent. Tho scnorlta's eyes (lashed, and her face flushed scarlet. With an expression of contempt she turned, left the room, and Mansfield saw her no more. When the fighting was over, before returning to tho United States, Mans field mounted his horse and rodo to the hnclenda to offer an apology for what ho had done. Tho same negro woman who had admitted him before opened the door. Mansfield asked her to in form her mistress that ho would con sider It n boon If she would give hhn n few moments In which to apologize for wliat he had douo on n previous visit. Written word was returned that an npology would not bo accepted. Tho lady demanded satisfaction on behalf of one who would act as her champion. Captain Manslleld would receive a com munication at a hotel a short distance down tho road. The ofllcer left tho houso In a quan dary. Should ho meet some one in mor tal combat for a snatched kiss for Avhlch ho had offered to apologize, or should ho end tho affair by sailing for homo without paying any further at tcntlon to it? IIo would have chosen tho latter course had It not been for tho contemptuous treatment ho had re ceived from tho senorlta. Ho could not bring himself to Incur tho further imputation. IIo rode to tho hotel named nnd, tak lug a scat on tho veranda, lit a cigar. Half an hour passed, and ho was about to rldo back to camp when a negro boy approached, holding In his hand a let ter. Seeing Manslleld, ho handed It to him. The captain opened It and read: To tlio American Ofllcer. This ovcnlng at G o'clock I will tulco satisfaction ror tlio Insult offered my sinter. Do at tho north cast corner of tho Blorm hacienda. JOSH SIERRA. Mansfield was puzzled as to tho handwriting. Tho letters were largo and bold, but It looked as if tho writer had disguised his hand, Tho captain could not but umllo at a challenge to raorUtl combat sent by a negro boy, addressed to "tho American ofllcer" ami signed by a man ho had never seen. If Joso Sierra had no friend to bear his challenge why did ho not como himself? Evidently tho senorlta was put to It to secure her revenge, Possibly tho brother was not at hand and tho sister had written tho cltal leugo In his behalf. Indeed, despite tho largo letters thero was more tha was feminine than masculine in the writing. At 0 o'clock Manslleld returned to tho hacienda, located tho northeast corner and, climbing tho fence, ad vanced till ho camo to a grovo in tho center of which wns an open space Thero ho stood for a fow minutes when ho saw a flguro ndvanclug, Though tho costume was that of man, tho gait was unmistakably that of n woman. Mansfield, pretending to bo deceived, said: "Senor, your resomblnnco to your lster Is remarkable." "Wo aro twins, sir." "I presumo wo aro to fight without seconds?" "Aro thoy necessary?" "Before wo begin I deslro to offer through you to your Blstor tho apology 8ho would not receive I wns tempted beyond my strength from boholdlng tho most beautiful, tho most engaging woman I havo over seen. After 1 havo killed you I shall renew my suit, restraining myself so that my Inten tions shall not bo mistaken." Senorlta Slorra for it was she had n sword in her hand, which at theso words sho lot fall to tho ground. Mansfield advanced, took her hand, drew her gently to him nnd without resistance kissed her on tho Hps. A JOB THAT FAILED By SARAH BAXTER I'm a lady's maid. When Mrs. Peabody wont away foi two weeks she said to mo: "Mary, I haven't lime to put my jewels in the bank, and I'm going to leave them In your euro. Keep them In tho closet In the room where tho telephone In slrument Is and sleep thero. In cave I burglar comes Into tho house you t an call the police. Hut you needn't fear his breaking down tho door of your coin. Burglars never do that." "Mrs. Poabody," I said, "you're very good to trust me with such valuable property. I'll havo your Jewels for you when yon come back." "But remember, Mary," she said, "1 am trusting you only, not tho other servants. There's no need of thaL" "Yos'm," says I. I didn't tell the others, but tho dnv fter .Mrs. Peabody left James, the but- ler, camo Into tho room for something nd saw mo lock the door of tho closet. "What are you locking up so care fully?" ho asked me. "It's nono of your business," says 1. "Yes, It Is. Mr. Peabody put the houso In my euro while tho family Is away, and If tncros valuables any where I'd ought lo know It." Fearing he'd talk about it before the otner servants, i tuougiu i u nest ten him that mistress' Jewels were In the loset Thursday before tho family came homo was my day out I thought at first that I wouldn't go on nccount ot the Jewels, but they wero locked In the closet and I would tako tho key with me. So I went. When I enmo back I went In at the servants' door nnd up to my room, where I took oft my coat and hat and put on my black and white uniform. Then I went out Into tho hall. There Is a long mirror In tho hall, nd usually when 1 passed it I gnvo a glance at myself In it But this timo I was In a hurry, so I didn't But at the end of the hall, where there was no mirror, I saw myself coming toward myself. I stopped. wondering what was tho matter, for tho mirror hadn't been moved, and I couldn't understand seeing myself Then the figure camo toward me, and I saw that It was a real woman, and what broke mo up wns that sho was not me. i caught at tho banister to cop from falling; then I gasped "Who are you?" "I'm Mary Murphy," says she. look- ng astonished. "No; you're not I'm Mary Murphy, myself." You Mary Murphy! Then, who am I?" "Something has gone wrong with me," I moaned, rubbing my eyes. "I'm Mary Murphy, nnd you're Mary Mur phy too." "You look Just like mo for nil tho world," says she, looking frightened. "I'm afraid something's going to hap pen, seeing myself this way. I'm go ing away from you." Jnmes camo up tho stairs, and see ing tho two of us looking Just alike he "James," 1 cried, "what docs this mean? Am I Mary Murphy, and is that my other self, or is she Mary Murphy, and I I don't know what" .lames stared at us both for somo time, as If ho didn't know which wns which; then ho pointed to my other self and said: "That's Mary." 'Anyway," says tho other maid, "I'm going away from here. I can't stand it to seo you thero looking Just like inc." Cook, hearing the tnlklng, came up, and when sho saw tho two of us look- lug Just alike, sho raised her hands astonished. "Cook," I said, "who Is this woman who is Just llko me?" "I don't know," says cook. "She v.uuu in ii iimu mini.- iih", mm 1 biui- nnvuwl ulii. w-nvi vnn fOiu wnnfr linatnlt-a i.. tun.-. ...l.n,. ...... .....i f anil that's all I know." "Is sho mo or am I me?" Cook looked at us both, then said to tho other one, "Sny something." But the other ono wouldn't spenk. Then I thought thnt sho wouldn't because cooic would ten tuo umerenco m our J , .... . , . UVJIIIVIIIVI lib llllll. llliflllvTlIb X VUVlllfcjlll nf flin Inwnlfi. Wnsm'l tlilvt cninn wnv of irnfiin.. Minin? r wnniiiii if thi J woman hadn't dressed herself in maid's uniform to mako believe she was me, camo in when l wns out ami lauon mom. unc now was it mac sue iookcu just iu;o mat tiio thought niruio ino furious. I rnn to her and grabbed hor. Sho struggled to get uwny, and in tho fracas I heard something strlko the floor, and thero wero tho Jowcls scat tered all ovor it "James," I cried, "go to tho telephone and call tho police." James didn't stir. Ho looked fright ened. Then I told cook to go, and sho did. Tho woman I held struggled, and 1 asked James to help me, but ho didn't IIo looked kind of daft Tho pollco wore not long coming. It turned out" that James, who was bad, l.-iw.w n wninnn who lookeil lush llko mo. IIo put up a Job with her to get tho Jew awels. Ho took n wax impression OI 1110 IOCK Ol U1U vivuvi aim uiuuu 11 key to lit it Then ho telephoned tho woman wneu I went our.uuu snocame right nrouart dressed In maid's unl- form. Juiucs expected her to get tho lowols iiwnv without anv ono know Ins ho had nut her up to it. had happe ied she put n thousand del Inra fnl- Trw III i lui lllltllr .Tnlllpq nnil - - - tho woman who did tho job were sent up ror tivo years. H. P. SMUnJWAY Republican Candldalo for Lieutenant Governor Farming Wakefield, Nebr. 34 yrs. Stato Senator, sorvlng third term. Author of tho Shumway Law Stato aid to schools teaching ngrlculture, manual training ami uomosuc science PLATFORM. Stato wide prohibition. Greater vocational education. Conservation of stato resources. Municipal ownership. Strict economy In expenditure of stato'H money. Upon this platform nnd his public reCord. he asks vour suDnort. GEORGE J. HUNT A Lawyer of Wide Experience For Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Twenty-five years in Omaha, ten years In Bridgeport, western Nebraska, has made George J. Hunt a most de sirable candidate for the State Su preme Court. Those who know him call him "A young man with a ripe legal experi ence." J. 11. KEDFIELl). rilYSICIAN & SUJIGEOTS Successor to HYSICIAN & SURGEONS HOSPITAL Drs. Redflold & Redfleld 0fflco phone c42 Res. Phono 676 JOHN S. SIMMS, M. I)M Physician nnd Surgeon Office B. & L. Bnlldlnc. Second Floor. Plione, Office, S3; Residence 3a. DR. J. S. TWINEM, Physician and Surgeon. Hntni aih niv,n rsw . . . . . , . . Offlco McDonald State Bank Building Corner Sixth and Dowey Streets. Phones, Office 183, Residence 283 ill XA y XtHXt L JV 111.LI A U.11IJ I -irtvviDtiM irnjiiTT i t LIFE INSUKAtfCE CO. Founded 18S0. It's tho household word In Western Nobraska. It's Old Line, the best ruon oy can buy. It's what you need, for a savings bank and Insurance that in oures. Thoy all buy It I (Wl f 1 M J.JICrO IS 11 JlCSlSOll For further Information Phono, call or address J. E. SEBASTIAN, Gon'l AgOllt. Tlio Old Lino Man NORTH PLATTE NEBRASKA, Hospital Phono Black 633. Houso Phono Black 633. IV. T. rJMTCHAKD, Graduate Veterinarian Eight years a Government Veterinar ian. Hospital 218-south Locust St., one-half block southwest of the Court ilousti. Notice. Frank Frcdorleku will tako notice, that on tho 17th day of March 1910, M; ?Ulvan( a Justice of tho Peace, " - u.r". county, Nobraska, Issued an order of AMiinlmmti for tlin mim nf H KO In nctlon now pominK befo hlm. whoroln Edward Burko Is plaintiff and Frank Fredericks dofondant, tltat proporty consisting of money, as wnges uuo, in tlio lianas of tho Union i-aciuc unuroau uo. a corporation, nas cth , " 9 k 1 ... ' " ' ia. m. North Plntto. Nob.. March 25. 1916 EDWARD BURKE, 21-3 Plaintiff, POLITIC L ,VOt C I1MRXT1 For C oiint.v CiniiiiilMitloiipr I r Mic ctfullv atiiiouhf. l'isdf ,i ,i i.iMltiliti for tlir it ixiM ,c m nu-iii i t 1 1 on for t'uiintv roniini'Biorir for l,o Thiril Commissioner Dtrtrlrt h'J i'-'-i to tho derision of the voter nt Urn primary election April 18th. My hotn i in Hellers Precinct. JOHN W. FOWLER. Clerk of llMtrlt-t Court I, hereby announce myself as n enn illriate for tho replbllrnn nomination for cletk of the dltrlct court, sub ject to the will of the voters at the primary election. Your support will bo Appreciated. oeo. k. prossrr. For County Attorney I respectfully announce myself tin a i.'indlditte for the republican iiommsi tion for County Attorney MUhJect to tin' iipi-ovnl of the voters at the prl murj clertlon April 11th. 1'. It. IIALLlCJAN. I'or County CommlxNlnner I rrHpeetfuly announce myself nn n cindiditte for the republican nomina tion for County Commissioner for tha Third District nt the April Primary .mil HUpport ttiven will be appre ciated. I have been u resident oC tho county for twenty-nine years and iry home Ih southwest of Ilershey. 8. J. KOCH. Cnr llcprenoHtiitlvi". 1 hereby announce myself as a can didate for the republican nomination i'or state representative rrom tm Mix ty-elKhth district (Lincoln County) av tho primary election April 18th. SCOTT KKY.NOLDS. Tor Slierlir I respectfully announce myself as tx candidate for tho republican nomina tion for Sheriff and solicit the support of the voters at tho primary election to be held April IStli. I havo been a resident of tho county for flfteeri years, am a farmer nnd live In Illnman precinct. TIIOS, McCONNKLL. I'or Slier I IT I hereby announce mysolf as a can didate for tho notnlnntlon for Sheriff ot Lincoln county subject to tlio will oi the republican voters at the prlmar election Anrll IS. My home fs ih Maxwell precinct. H. JiAlIUH. l-'or County Altornej- To the voters of Lincoln County. Ne braska. I. John Grant hereby announeo mysoir a candidate tor tno aemocrattr nomination lor county anorney sun- Ject to the decision of the voters at the primnry election. April ism. aim mosi respectfully solicit your support. JOHN UUANT. Vur County ConinilnNloiier. I rcHnectfullv announce myself ns a candidate for tho republican nomina tion for County Comml.sloner from the Third Commissioner District, subject to the act on of tho voters at the Auril primary. S. J. FILBI3HT, wciieei, .-iou. For County CoiiiiiiImmIoiut 1 hereby announce myself ns a can didate for the democratic nomination for county commissioner for the First Commissioner District subject to the will of the voters at the primary election April 18th. I have been a resident of the district over forty-foui years. First time In politics, need the office and respectfully nsk your sup port. Residence In Illnman precinct. J. W. (Buck) ROWLAND l-'or County CoiiunlHMloncr I respectfully announce myself as a candidate for the republican nomina tion for County Commissioner from tho Third District subject to t?ie fleciHlon of the voters at the primary election. I havo lived In Lincoln county for 20 years nnd my home Is Sutherlnnd. A S. COATKS. For County Attorney I hereby present my name as n can didate for the democratic nomination for County Attorney at the primary election. Please investlnnte my record ns present county attorney nnd If you deem me worthy of re-election I would thank you for your support. OHO. N. Gill US. Fur Cutlutv Clt'l'U 1 hereby announce myself a candi date for the renublicnn nomination fov County Cleric subject to tno action ol the voters of that party at tho April primary. Your support will be nppro dated. A. U. IIOAdliANIJ. For County Clerk T hereby announce myself a candi dnto for county clerk of Lincoln Count subject to the wlslies or the democratic olectorn at tlio primaries Anrll IS. Was born in uiih county tinny elKht years ago taught school threo years, later homesteadlnpr In Cotton wood precinct where 1 now reside. For County ConinilNMlouer T hereby announce myself ns a can didato for tho renublicnn nomination for County commissioner irom tnt First District at tlio Anrll primary election and solicit the support of thu voters. I havo been a resident of Lin coln county for thirty years. I. L. MILTONIIHRC.HR For County Troiimirer. T hereby announce mysolf as a can didate for tlio repunncan nomination for County Treasurer. In the primary election April 18th. Make inquiry about mo and If you think I am qualified and otlierwlso all right out support win no appreciated. Former residence Deor Creek Precinct S. .u. SUUDUK. Asst. Co. Troas, l-'or County Clerk I respectfully announce that I am a candidate for the republican nomina tion for county clork nt primary elec tion In April and will nppreclnto the support or tlio monuiers or mat party a ii. WALTuns. North Tlatto NoK For Sherltr I respectfully present my name as a candldato for tho republican nom inatlon for Sheriff nt -lie primary oloo tion. llv borne Is In Sutherlnnd ore- clnct, and I havo been a resident of th county since 1SSC. Support Klven m will bo appreciated. r'KA.Mv (JUI-vl'Jll. l-'or County Clerk I horeby announce myself ns candi date for tho republican nomination as county Clerk ot Lincoln county, sun Ject to the decision of tho voters at primary election Aurn l&ui Tour sup port will bo appreciated. A. M. A1.1.I..N, (Formerly ot Wnllcor Precinct.) For Slierin I respectfully announce, myself as a candldato for tho republican nomina tion ror H her IT or Lincoln county sub ject however to tho decision of the voters at tho primary oicctlon April istii. Your suport will ue hlgniy ap preciated. O. T. STECSESIANT. North Platte. Nob For County Cnininlloner I msi-c tfji . itnnoji i .-5cH a i 'i i d.itc fr-r tl.i rcputiu i ) -I ii itiiiii fc ourt Co. i -p-'o.ifr rem tlx Ti ird ihntritt .'-jt.Jcvt to t" a ti on of tin votirs .it the t-riui t tK tion D 1. M ft ti ;, (Six miles Northwest of IIersh-.) I'or Slierlir I respectfully announce myself as n candidate for the republican nomina tion for Sheriff, subject to the will of the voters at the primary election. April lUli. A. J. HALISHrUY", For County ComnilNiloiirr 1 hereby announce myself as a can dldate for the democratic nomination for county ocmmmlrmioner for the First District, subject to the derlxlon of tlio voters at the primary election April 18th. F. W. HUILMINGHACSH.N. For County CommlNNloiier I respectfully announce myself na a candidate for coutny conimlsnloiipi from the First Dlntrlct subject to thj action of the democratic voters ut thu primary election. J C. WILSON. For (.'ouiily Judge I horeby announce that I havo tiled my potltlon as required under the non-partisan Judiciary act for tho pur pose of becoming a candldato at the April, 1016, primnry for the offlco of County Judge GEO. E. FRENCH. I'or Sheriff. I respectfully anounco mysolf as a candidate for the democratic nomina tion for sheriff. I have been a resident of Lincoln county for thirty-six years. Your support at the primary election wil be appreciated. , W. D. WALDO. Announcement In anounclng my candidacy for thv republican nomination of county treas urer, I deslro to sny that I havo been a resident of Lincoln county, and n tax payer thereof, for neirly n iiuar ter of a century. I have always been a republican and beliovo I have made good when placed In positions requiring ability and trust. . I promise the party, If nominated, to make an energetic campaign, not only for myself, but for tho entire success of the county, state and na tional candidates, and most respect fully ask your support nt the primary election April 18, 1916. E. S. DAVIS . For Sheriff. I respectfully announce that I am a candldato for the democratic nom ination for sheriff nt tho April pri mary. I have been a resident of Lin coln county for fourteen years, and I believe I have the ability to satis factorily fill the office. Your support will be appreciated. CYRUS RUSSELL. JUDGE ALBERT J. COfcUISH Candidate for Judge of the Su preme Govirt. Is now serving his twenty-first year as Judge of the district court of Lan caster County, and haa one of the best records in the state for decisions af firmed by the Supreme Court. Reputed to have a profound knowl edge of the law, absolutely impartial and human In his judgments. Mature, but vigorous and active. His neighbors have five times wantt ed him to be their Judge. Candidate for the Republican Nomina tion for United States Senator. JOHN L. KENNEDY. Endorsed by leading Republicans and Ropubllcnn newspapers of Nebraska as tho logical candidate to nominate His nomination means his election Geo. B. Dent, Physician and Surgeon. Special Attention given to Surgery and Obstetrics. Office: Building and Loan Building PKn. I Office 130 PhonM Residence 115 ' Bought and highest market prices paid PHONES Residence Red 036 Ofllce 459 C. H. WALTERS. Cliiitk'l Mortgage Sale. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a chattel mortgage dated on the Clh day of July, 1915, nnd duly filed In the office of the county clerk of Liu coin County, Nebraska on the 25th day March, 1916, nt 10:45 a. in., and cxc cuted by H. Scoonover to William J. Hondy and Ed N. Ogler, doing business under tlio firm name and style of Hon-dy-Ogler Auto Company,' to secure the payment of the sum of Five Hundred Fifty dollars, ($550.00) nnd upon which thero Is now due principal, interest nnd expense the sum of $601.77; de fault having been made of tho payment of said sum, and no suit or other pro ceeding at law having been instituted to recover said debt or any part there of, tho undersigned, Hendy-Ogler Auto Company will sell the property the--p-in described, viz: Cue (1) Dodge auto mobile, car No. 594, engino No. 50S09, (now in their possession) at tho gar age of the said Hendy-Ogler Auto Com pany at public auction In tho city of North Platte, Lincoln county, Nobras ka, on the 29th day of April, 1916. at ono o'clock p. m. of said day. Dated this 27th day of March, 1916. William J. Hendy and Ed N. Osier doing business under tho firm nanio nnd style of Hendy-Ogler Auto Com pany. By Muldoon & Oberst. Their attornevp. Notice For Publication. Serial No. 05651. Department of the Inlcrlor U. S. Land Office at North Pltte, Neb. March 11; 1916. Notice is hereby given that Joseph M. Carson, of North Platte, Neb., who on Apr. 7, 1913, made homestead entry, No. 05651, Cor N of NEV4, and EV of NWi,i, Section 2, Township 12, N. Range 32, W., 6th Prln. Meridian, has filed notlco of Intention to mako final threo year proof, to establish claim to tho land above described, before tho Register nnd Receiver, at North Platte, Neb., on the 4th day of May, 1916. Claimant names as witnesses: S. W. Edmlsten, Andrew Ilahn, C. G. Fred rich, L. L. Greeno, all of North Platte, Neb. J. E. EVANS, ml4-a21 Register. NOTICE F0K PUBLICATION. Serial No. 0."01 Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at North Platte, . Nebraska, Feb. 2b, 1916. Notice is hereby given that James D. Cole, of North Platte, Nebr., who on Apr. 2, 1913, made Homestead en try, No, 05646, for NEi, and NEVi of SEi4, Section 34, Township 16, N. Range 31, W., 6th Principal Merid:an, has filed notice of Intention to make final threo year Proof, to establish claim to tho land above described, be fore the Register and Receiver, at North Platte, Nebr., on the 24th diy of April 1916. Clalment names as witnesses: H. F. Johnson, Georgo A. Macomber, Wm. A. Gaunt, James Bechan, all of North Platte, Nebr. J. E. EVANS, Register. In flio District Tourt of Lincoln futility, Nebraska. Fred Sawyer, Plaintiff, vs. Edward Martin, Mrs. Edward Martin et al, Defendants. NOTICE The defendants, Edward Martin, Mrs. Edward Martin, his wife; Wilson Mar tin, Mrs. Wilson Martin, his wife; Frank Martin, Mrs. Frank Martin, hid wife; Margaret Crane, Mr. Crane, her husband; Blanche Owens; Elsio Mar tin. John Doe, her husband; Florence Martin, Thomas Doe, her husban.l; Maud? L. Martin, Richard Doe, her husband; Alice C. Haley, Mr. Haley, her husband; Minnie J. Dillman, Mr. Dillman, her husband; Charles Palmer, Mrs. Charles Palmer, his wife; will tako notice thnt upon tho 11th day of March, A. D. 1916, plaintiff heroin fil ed his petition in tho district court of Lincoln county, Nebraska, against said defendants and each of them, the object and prayer of said petition be ing to have the title to Lots 2 and .! in Block 53 of tho Original Town of Notfth Platte, Nobraska, quieted in said plaintiff: That plaintiff prays to have tho titlo therein quieted In him and for such other and further relief in the premises as may bo deemed proper by tho Court. You and each of you aro required to answer said p3ti- tlon on or before Monday tho first day of May, 1916. FRED SAWYER, Plaintilf, By A. MULDOON, His Attorney. Not I CP. Frank Fredericks will t.itce notice, Attachment for the sum of $17. S7, In an nctlon pending boforo him wherein K T Tramp & Sons are plaintiff and Frank Fredericks defendant, that property consisting of money, as wages due the defendant from tho Union Pacific Ball Road company, u corpom. tion has been attached under said oi -der Said cause wns continued to tho 2.7th day of April, 1U1C, 10 o'clock a. in. Dated this lfith day of March. 1010 m2l-a7 13. T. TRAMP & SON, By 13. T. Tramp, Plnlntiff inni on mo Mil any or March, tsib, V, II. Sullivan n Justice of tho Peace. o North 1'lntte Precinct No. 1, Lincoln County. Nebraska ImhiipiI mi Onlnr nf XOTICI3 FOll I'UHMO.YTIOX. Serinl No. 04954. Di-piirliiu-nt of Hie Interior, U. S. Land Office at North Platte, Net) , , Mnr. 14. l'UC Notlco Ih horeby given that' Charles Hartmnn of North Plntto Nob., who on V.Y.7'.1910' made homestead entry, No. 04354, for Lots 3-4-5-0, SEtf NWH and NI3U SV4 Section 6, Township 15, . Itango 30, W. Cth Principal Meridian, has tiled notice of Intention to mal'o tlnal five year proof to estnbllsh claim to the land nbove described before the Register and Receiver, nt North Platte. Nob., on the 5th day of May, 1910, Claimant names as witnesses: David N. Cfillcndor, Ottoe Mesner. Win. Oaunt, Hoy Gaunt, all of North Platte, wen. J. 13. EVANS, Register.